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to see dividend taxes go much higher because of that fiscal cliff? >> so we're proponents of dividend payers, but there's a qualification. it's dividend growth companies, not high-dividend yield companies, not your highest payout companies. it's intentionally the companies that are able to generate a sustained and regular growth of that dividend throughout time. it's high-quality equities we want to focus on. >> all right. we'll keep watching. thanks, gentlemen. we appreciate your time tonight. as we've been telling you, the third quarter is now in the books. who led the way? who is picking up the rear? jackie deangelis is here with the stat check. >> hey, maria. look at the heat map behind me. don't be fooled by it. it's been a pretty good quarter for stocks. the dow is up more than 4%. the nasdaq higher by more than 6%. the s&p 500 up just under 6%. speaking of the s&p, of the ten large cap sectors, nine were higher by 3% or many this quarter with energy leading the way followed by tech, consumer discretionary and financials. some of the risk on you could see in those groups. with t
are paying in taxes right now, it's got to be better than this. 75% is now what the wealthiest citizens in france have to pay their government. that is, thank you, to the country's socialist president. there he is. he looks so happy, doesn't he? how would you feel about giving 75% of your income to uncle sam? for now that insane tax rate is staying on the other side of the pond. i don't know, are we next? joining me for more on this, chief economist brian wesbury. brian, great to have you back on the show and i just fear that there are folks in washington who look at this and say, now, that french thinking, they are thinking right. scary, right? >> yes. we know they like a lot of things that the french like. big government. big spending. big entitlement programs. and this is the last gasp. i call this paul krugman's alamo. i guess if you're going to talk european we have to say it is the waterloo, right? melissa: right. >> we spent all the money. we can't afford it. now we'll tack, we're going to confiscate people's income to try to pay for all of this. what they will do is destroy thei
. yet people still say, well, he's trying really i've. lori: he wants to try to cut tax of year and a higher percentage. 75 percent individual income rate. >> it is absurd. there is no economic basis for that other than we don't think people ought to earn that much money, so we're going to take away. that is socialism at its very essence. and so you elected socialist president. voila. you're going to have socialist policy, and that is what you have. he comes out with a 75% tax rate i chased the wealth of france. if you are a high income earner and investor, why on earth would you stay in france and have $0.75 out of every dollar taken away before you got a chance to spend it. almost any european country you could go and do better than that lori: do you think we're facing a similar path and the u.s. or do you expect americans to leave? >> it is very possible. there is some indication that some americans are already looking for ways to protect their income, protect their wealth. and you cannot blame them because of somebody -- i mean, it's the same thing. if i'm walking down sixth
loophole and exploit every tax break in the books. and i think he should include this in his job application. a new report shows mitt romney avoided paying big taxes on a trust fund he set up on his children's inheritance. he did it in a trust fund called, i dilg it. i'm serious. that's what it's called. i dig it. now, you may not dig it but governor romney certainly did. saving hundreds and thousands of taxes according to bloomberg. that's the same kind of creative accounting that allowed him to get a 14.1% tax rate. and now his running mate says, it just doesn't benefit america. >> this money creates jobs so you'll want to have more capital that goes to more businesses, especially small businesses like this one so more people and what we learned about mitt romney and his tax returns, he's a successful businessman. that's a good thing. >> ah, patriotism. this money creates jobs. prove it. show me one job, just one, that was created by romney paying less in taxes. the truth is, governor, governor romney's tax policies are bad for america. they are geared to the super rich. they h
% tax rate for millions. more taxes and spending is coming here and i will show you how. first up, 17 days since our ambassador and three american heros were murdered by terrorists in benghazi. the obama white house is chajing their story again tonight. listen to what susan rice told the sunday shows two weeks ago, that a was five days after the attack. >> what happened in benghazi is in fact initially a spontaneous reaction to what had transpired hours before in cairo. >> we do not have information at present that leads us to conclude it was premeditated or preplanned. we don't see signs this was a coordinated, planned premeditated attack. in fact, what this began as is a spontaneous, not premeditated response in to what transpired in cairo. >> four days later, the white house and hillary clinton finally called it a terrorist attack. but it has sense come out within 24 hours, the white house, the state department and ambassador knew it was, in fact, in terrorist attack. moments ago the white house put out a statement defending rice saying she was reflecting the view of the government
of europe. france's new socialist government unveiling plans for a 75% super tax. stuart varney host of "varney & company", fox business network. glad you're happy you left 35 years ago. what's up? >> germany is telling france hey, you got to get that budget deficit under control, big budget deficit is verboten the socialist president of france, francois hollande, tax the rich, not so rich, capital gains, profits, you name it, there will be a big new tax. on upper end of income every dollar over a certain level the french government will take 75 cents. rip it right out of your hand. 75 cents on the dollar. more than $200,000, they take 45 cents on the dollar, almost half. bill, this is a massive gamble because france's economy is dead flat, teetering on recession. 10-year high for unemployment and france puts in place huge tax increases. bill: i'm reading the two measures bringing around half a billion euros. >> that's it. >> what will that do for them? >> not much. there are other taxes as well which will bring in a total they think of 20 billion euros. bill: higher tax rates on div
should pay some federal income tax, but is a fix for that a sure loser on the campaign trail? connell: how about this for those of you watching the market, don't buy gold, why that might be the case. u.s. gold. first, let's take a look at the oil market. we will be right back with more "markets now." we asked over 3,000 doctors to review 5-hour energy and what they said is amazing. over 73 percent who reviewed 5-hour energy said they would recommend a low calorie energy supplement to their healthy patients who use energy supplements. seventy-three percent. 5-hour energy has four calories and it's used over nine million times a week. is 5-hour energy right for you? ask your doctor. we already asked 3,000. dagen: a quarter past the hour. or almost. every 15 minutes, stocks now, apologizing today, i love this story. nicole: tim cook and the apple team doing a big "i'm sorry." what you're seeing is apple stock reflecting the frustration of users with the new maps and their own software they promised they are working to develop better. but in their own maps, that has been the one bonus wit
romney/derian tax plan could call to an end to long for a standing tax codes items. rich edson joins me now with who wins and who loses with the proposed plan. rich: democrats claim this will hit the middle class and cut taxes for wealthy americans. a fox business exclusive republican candidate paul ryan says wealthy americans like mitt romney will pay more. >> here's how it works. higher income people can use lots of tax shelters to shelter their income from taxation. close those tax shelters and more income is subject to taxation which allow us to lower tax rates for everybody. rich: some families and businesses will pay more because there will be fewer deductions. others will pay less with lower rates and in theory it balances out. for who is paying more or less we don't have those details from the romney campaign. they refuse to say how much the deductions they have to curb or even many to accomplish their goal. a senate source tells us the supercommittee discussed a rate cut and preliminary assumption show the cost of $1 trillion over ten years. congress has not officially run thos
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calling for 75% tax rate on its top earn he is. 75%. i immediately thought could that happen here? we'll talk about that next. lori: a lot of people argue we're heading in that direction. melissa: feels like it. lori: talking about the problems in europe, you had spanish yields way up again today. so that sent investors into the perceived security of u.s. government debt. so bond yields here are down slightly. 1.65 on the 10-year. on the 30-year note you're looking at a yield of 2.83%. we're back after this [ female announcer ] they can be enlightening. hey, bro. or engaging. conversations help us learn and grow. at wells fargo, we believe you can never underestimate the power of a conversation. it's this exchange of ideas that helps you move ahead with confidence. so when the conversation turns to your financial goals... turn to us. if you need anything else, let me know. [ female announcer ] wells fargo. together we'll go far. ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you engineer a true automotive breakthrough? ♪ you give it bold new styling, unsurpassed luxury and nearly 1,000 improvements.
it first budget. its expected to whicheverdelives of tax hikes. meantime european policymakers are appraising spain's reform plan. but today the government must brace for the results of the banking stress tests that will determine the recapitalization needs of the country's most troubled lenders. we have steve sedgwick following the story in thmadrid, but firs out to stefane in paris. it sounds like there will be a contrast with the spanish budget. it's tax hikes that seem to be the focus. >> in france it will be focus on tax hikes. that's the decision about to be announced by the french government. basically 20 billion euros in additional taxes in the budget for the next year. and only 10 billion euros in spending cuts. that's the plan to reach the deficit target. that's the best case scenario because the budget is based on a growth assumption of 0.8% which seems to be far too optimistic. plenty of private economists believe the french economy won't grow more than 0.3% next year. in that case, the government will need to find an additional 5 feweuro of spending cuts on t of wh
and federal taxes. if the united nations gets its way the united states tax me g.e.d.en could go global. >> just how friendly are our skies? "fox & friends" begins right now. snet ♪ >> good saturday morning, everyone. welcome in to "fox & friends" on this early fall morning. coming up in just about a half an hour we are going to talk about whether or not spanking should be considered a form of child abuse. one state is actually moving, perhaps, to make it that way. you could be locked up as a result of it. >> looking forward to that debate. we will answer that question. which one of us three is the funniest reporter in new york? we'll not give you any clues. >> no clues. >> i said no -- >> more on that later on in the program. >> meanwhile the top story, the news that has consumed us for the better part of two weeks now. that is what happened in benghazi? why was the message coming out of the administration so muddled at best and misleading at worse? when did they know that it was a terrorist attack? why won't the president actually use the term terrorist attack? well, yesterday there
headlines. >> we have been talking about tax megeddon at the end of the year when the tax cuts are set to expire and every american would feel it in some form or fashion. now, forget the american tax megeddon, it looks like a global tax megeddon if the united nations gets its way. >> this was discussed at the u.n. general assembly. probably not likely to be instituted or supported by the united states who is already the biggest contribute ter to the u.n. over 20% of the u.n. budget. here is what has been proposed. a 1% tax on billion nargs around the world. a tax on all currency trading in the u.s. a tiny tax on all financial transactions. >> how tiny? >> not sure. >> new taxes on carbon emissions and on airline tickets. this has for the past year these ideas have been bandied about and the overall overarching goal would be to help transfer money from richations like the united states to poor developing countries. now, what's interesting is that this would be entered into the actual record of what was discussed discussed it at t. when foxnews.com reported on this. they were suddenly se
in spending cuts today. 20 billion euros of tax rises. 10 billion of that will go onto business, and of course there is that much promised higher rate of the tax. 75% for those who earn more than a million euros. the prime minister knows he's under pressure. this is what he had to say after they presented the budget to the counsel administrators. >> it's also a budget which asks for some efforts. but this effort is fair. the middle of working classes will be spared income tax rises. 90% of taxable households will not pay more tax. this is our guarantee to the french people. on the other hand, we are asking the richest to make an effort. so the effort we're asking people to make is necessary and fair. >> ok, so the richest 10% pay more tax. this seems as if this is a government that's very mindful of trying to maintain some popularity, the popularity is plunging. but economists will be asking is this enough? is this enough to help the country out? >> well, you're right. they are mindful of the sort of that we saw in madrid this week. when we saw them talking about the middle class not being pun
or if we do have more onerous tax policy for hiring consumers we're not really seeing any sort of a discount valuation in the luxury goods retailers. so i think that that's norris, that might be. >> there was a cheer down here when they saw your forecast for 1600 on the s & p. they hope you're right certainly. thanks for joining us. appreciate it. >> thanks for having me. >>> now to jackie with market flash. >> good afternoon, sue. i've got one to watch right now. it's all scripts. it was halted on reports it was exploring a sale to private equity. it resumed trading. you can see the spike there. up more than 15% at this point. 1249 or 1.61 some pierce are also up on the day. athena health, turner, quality system. you can see those percentage gains on a day we're trading lower so really bucking the trend. tyler. >>> bank of america agreeing now to settle a record-breaking class action lawsuit with the ohio attorney general for $2.4 billion. the suit covering investors who purchased bac securities at the time the bank announced plans to acquire merrill lynch. bank of america's c
children, and the reason they don't pay federal income taxes is their median income is as low as it was in 1995 now, and until the current election season, republicans and democrats supported both the child tax credit and the earned income tax credit. i would double the earned income tax credit but it was signed under a republican president, reagan supported it, and we started the child tax credit with the strong support of the republicans in congress, and president bush doubled that, then president obama and the democratic congress increased the earned income tax credit for families of more than three children. so you had -- this is a rejection of basically more than three decades of bipartisan policy to support working family. it's not a bunch of freeloaders. there are only a little less than 4% of the total population who don't pay federal income tax and don't work and may not be looking for work. we now have the numbers on this so i think that most important thing for him is to find a way to relate to more people in these debates and speak to more of them. this is not the
of reasons. i think the cloud of tax increases that hangs over businesses stopping them from doing investing. i think in the housing area, although we're seeing some pickup in house prices people are having a hard time getting mortgages. interest rates are certainly very low. that's why what the fed is up to is doing no real good. but, those interest rates may attract people to want to are bo he are but if they don't have very good fica scores they're not getting access to funds. david: okay. we chart the market very closely here on "after the bell". we went back to the month that the recession started, december 2007. we found out something very interesting. the s&p and the dow jones industrial average were almost precisely at the same number as it is now. i know you said we're not in a recession. but it is kind of spooky, is it not, that we saw the same numbers as they were going into, as we were going into recession back then? >> but of course in real terms, adjusting for the price level, that s&p is lower today than it was then. david: what can we do to get out of the slump that we're in
on this program minutes from now. no letup in tax the rich mania. the u.n. takes aim at the richer people in america and europeans riot again to make them pay for, well, for everything. and then there is this, the european beat americans at golf again. but cheer up, "varney & company" is about to begin. >> good morning, "varney & company," today is monday october the 1st. wednesday is the first presidential debate and the obama campaign spent the weekend trying to low up media expectations that the president's already won. most mainstream polls do indeed have president obama in the lead, but according to rasmussen, governor romney has an edge among certain voters. 43% of likely voters say they are certain they will vote for mitt romney. 42% say they'll vote for the president. that's a very slight edge, but 15% of voters say they are uncommitted, with a number that large, the debate takes on added importance. new jersey governor chris christie in sharp contrast to the media thinks that romney will pull off a clear win this week. listen to this. >> i've seen mitt romney do this before. he'
corporate tax revenue has tumbled. mariano rajoy issues the latest denial that he's ready for a bailout. >>> we now have the latest numbers crossing for the eurozone services pmi. the september final services read coming in at 46.1. an improvement that we have seen from the 46 number. this is still the lowest level we're seeing since 2009. the forward indication 49.4. in terms of what we're seeing on the final comp sit pmi, this is above the 45.9 read that we have, but just a fraction below what we saw in august, the rate was 46.3 then. this is the lowest read since may 2009. in terms of new business number for the composite september rate, 43.8. we're still right back at some of these 2009 lows. >>> elsewhere, the numbers are not that much better. lisa has more on these numbers out of china. >> official data showed china services sector fell sharply in september to its lowest level in almost two years. it shows the rest of the economy has started to feel the effect from the sluggish manufacturing sector. if you look at the breakdown of the services pmi, the construction services sub in
will challenge chancellor merkel in the 2015 election. >> the french government unveils steep tax hikes on businesses and the country's wealthy as it seeks to cut the nation's budget deficit. >> in formula one, team mercedes is not going to renew michael schumacher's contract after the season is over. german chancellor angela merkel will have a formidable challenger when she seeks reelection next year. it has been announced that former finance minister peer steinbruck will be running to oppose her. >> is a sharp-witted and sharp- tongued opponent. his candidacy was announced earlier today in berlin. >> he is the spd star right now after the two other contenders made way for him. the parliamentary leader refused to run a second time, and party leader did not think he would attract enough votes, so steinbruck is said to compete against his onetime ally angela merkel for the chancellorship. >> i accept the challenge to take the spd to victory in the next election. that is our goal. we want to oust this government. >> steinbruck says he wants to head a social democrat green coalition. he ha
not pay taxes to income tax. they are liberal professions like people who put all their revenues inside society. we believe there has to be changes and we have to have a more comprehensive system that is able to control everybody. >> won the budget was announced, it was predictable. this economy has already seen 65 billion euros out of it this year. today was confirmed a further 90 billion euros would be cut over the coming two. >> 1 economy is represented here by the corporate giants to continue to flourish around the world and then there is the real economy outside these walls, where unemployment is high and consumer spending is low. the challenge facing the government is to somehow cut the deficit now that same time bridge the gap between the corporate world and the real world outside. >> with the race for the white house, mitt romney and president obama are working to win the hearts and minds of voters. or american voters in the key swing states. america remains a 50-50 nation, split between republicans and democrats. the atmosphere has become so poisonous that the kind of bipartisa
president is saying oui to a sky-high tax rate. and, american consumers brace for a price bump at the grocery store. first business starts now. you're watching first business: financial news, analysis, and today's investment ideas. good morning. it's monday, october 1st. i'm angela miles. in today's first look: as the fourth quarter gets underway today, the third quarter ends on an up note. the dow rallied more than 4%, with the s&p 500 and nasdaq each pulling in gains of around 6% during the past 3 months. electric car prices are falling. nissan is offering new discounts on the leaf due to slowing sales. the car can go 100 miles on battery power. the chevy volt is also selling at a lower price. buyers are entitled to a tax break. meanwhile, some relief at the gas pump. unleaded gasoline is down a nickle per gallon from last week. and united continental's ceo tells cnbc the airline might follow in delta's tailwinds and buy an oil refinery to save money on jet fuel. larry levin of trading advantage joins us now. larry, here we are. it's the month of october. do investors have re
proportionally pays more in taxes than he does. he also ignores class war is waged in the united states in his class is doing it. rather remarkable. i want to talk about events in the euro zone, in europe and how that affects the economic crisis here in your visit to mantra god, which is an example perhaps , a successful example of an alternative to the capitalist economic model in spain. >> first a word about warren buffett. derek and i think the contradictory mess of all of this is that play. i'm the one hand yes, there've always been people like him on the side of the wealthy of the big corporations who have a clear understanding that at a certain point it becomes dangerous to keep going in that direction. you cannot keep having a smaller and smaller number of people doing really well in a sea of people who have a harder and harder time. for a while they push it, but don't kill the goose that lays the golden egg in the end. so buffett is not the only one. there's a whole bunch of people like that who say that and have the courage or comfort of the security to say it. remember also the same
of the consequences of a 75% top rate of income tax. stefane is in paris with more on this. we'll see the talents either flying out or not going i guess, stefane. >> that's the view from chairman and ceo of l'oreal, the head. he spoke to warn the government about its plan to implement the new income tax rate of 75%, that france won't be able to attract top talents if the government goes ahead with its plan. it's one of the country's highest paid ceo. last year he had nearly 4 billion euro in remuneration. under the new plan, it would pay 75% of taxes on the part which is above 1 million euro, which means 2.25 million euros in taxes for the part above 1 million euros. hollande still believes the richest people should contribute to the debt recovery. last year he signed to call for the new tax on rich people in a degrees chur of national solidarity, but 75% is too high for wealthy people. globally speaking, the french business has been extremely vocal about the plan to implement a new tax rate. they believe that it will threaten investment in france and keep job creation in the country. so watch th
. public spending will be frozen. care will be higher taxes on those earning over $1 million. they will be taxed at 75%. he is a new media person and a millionaire and he believes the higher taxes will send a message that france is not open for business. >> the risk is not only that talent will leave the country but the young ones with talent will leave the country. >> this week has seen the paris motor show. hard selling in tough times. the french economy is stagnating and workers are being laid off. eight thousands at peugeot alone. some argue that if france is to grow again, it needs radical reform. >> in france, we must do everything for the future to have our industry competitive. beyond retreat -- restructuring, we have one of the highest. >> many of these workers face redundancy. the government says growth will return next year. others say the government has missed an opportunity to reduce state spending and make it easier to hire and fire workers. today's budget hearing reflects a deeper unresolved problem with the eurozone. as we have seen, other countries like spain
government. it includes tax hikes for the rich and businesses in france. it is aimed at showing francois hollande and his team have the physical rigor to maintain france's reputation as a pillar in the eurozone. >> they came to narrow the deficit next year to 3% of national output -- date came to narrow the deficit next year. >> among the measures -- a temporary 75% income tax on earnings over 1 million euros. business also faces cuts in tax breaks. the prime minister presented the 2013 budget. >> this is a budget for social justice. and it is a budget for growth. it prepares us for the future. it is a courageous and responsible budget. >> the package includes public spending cuts of 10 billion euros. france's economy is in a precarious position. second quarter gdp was stagnant, and unemployment has just talked 3 million -- topped 3 million. the government is aiming to make good on election promises while making sure austerity does not hit france into recession -- tip france into recession. >> spanish banks will need 59 billion euros to get back on their feet according to a new report co
europe, spain is auditing its banks and france is talking about huge taxes on its wealthy. >>> we've got the inside scoop on the big bank market scandals and investor confidence. >>> and avoiding the fiscal cliff. what washington budget battle and tax policy could be doing to the economy. national bureau of economic research president james peterma is here to explain. >>> plus, it's a smartphone showdown. could the latest results have blackberry maker research in motion gaining ground on apple? get the information behind the numbers. the second hour of "squawk box" begins right now. >>> happy friday, everybody, i'm becky quick along with andrew ross sorkin and joe kernen and here's your line-up for the final day of the trading week. we'll kick things off with "vanity fair" contributing editor and cnbc contributing editor beththy mcclain. and we'll talk about the chances of the u.s. slipping back to recession with ceo and professor james poterba, we heard things from an analyst that gave us scary thoughts. at 8:00 eastern time the ceo of research in motion joins us in a first on cnbc inte
of billions of dollars in automatic tax increases and spending cuts. not overhauling the postal service. politically, cutting back the postal service is a difficult issue especially which they could lose post offices and could lose their jobs. shep. >> shepard: what does this default mean for mail service if anything. >> for now the postal service says business as usual. in a statement the usps says customers can be confident in the regular operations of the postal service. we will continue to deliver the mail and pay our employees and suppliers for a major and much needed overhaul of its business, congress has to sign off. they say they are working on it without that the postal service has looked elsewhere to make more money like lucrative junk mail. shep? france's new president calling for the highest income tax rate in all the world. part of the budget reform hike taxes on the wealthy to reduce france's deficit amidst all of. calling for 7 a% tax on the super rich. aruba, sweden and denmark and netherlands have the highest tax rates between 50 and 60%. u.s. caps income tax rates curr
if the state government does it, he doesn't think taxes should be raised and he's against the medicare advantage cuts. this is consistent for him since the beginning of the campaign. the problem is his rhetoric sounds like he objects to obama care on a much broader -- >> but, michael, the central issue is the individual mandate. >> that's right. >> and he's having it both ways on that, isn't he? >> well, sure. he's saying i like the individual mandate on the state level and i don't like it on the federal level. >> right. >> don't forget, this underlying philosophy that earlier this week he said we have care for the uninsured, they can go to the emergency rooms. a few years ago he said we can't have freeloaders going to the emergency room. there is, michael, i think some slicing and dicing he's trying to do. don't forget, two days ago he admits that the president actually has not raised taxes on the middle class. then yesterday he says to people attacking the president, and he says, middle class people, i'm going do all these things, but don't expect a big tax break. the guy has got to
and poll taxes that kept blacks from voting for years in the south. >> i've seen this before. i lived this before. too many people struggled, suffered, and died to make this possible for every american to exercise their right to vote. ( applause ) >> suarez: nationwide pennsylvania is now one of 33 states with voter identification laws. it's one of five states with strict photo i.d. laws. the statutes have spawnd at least 15 legal challenges over everything from voter i.d. to early voting to culling voter rolls. in florida, the state republican party has filed a fraud complaint against the company it hired to register voters. as of friday at least 10 counties have spotted possibly fraudulent forms turned in by the firm. back in pennsylvania another eye peel to the state supreme court remains possible. in the meantime, the new rules have already been modified, prompting new coalitions to form with the aim of helping voters navigate the confusion. for more on how voter i.d. for more on how voter i.d. battles will play out in pennsylvania and elsewhere, we turn to daryl metcalfe, the rep
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